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Old 09-01-2018, 10:38 PM
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Default helmet for safe scooting

Had my first fall from my scoot today. Nothing serious, slipped on soaking wet leaves going over a speed bump. It has though, made me think again about my open face helmet.

Obviously there's no argument that style-wise, open face is the only way to go, but it doesn't matter how sharp I look on the scoot if I've got no teeth/jaw/nose.

Does anybody know of any manufacturers that make full face hemets that don't make you look like a leather-clad petrol head? I'm thinking at least for bad weather it could be a good idea. Any thoughts welcome...
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